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Here are some pictures of Harry's 1954 Kenworth that he drove in the mid 1970's when he was leased to Watkins Motor Lines out of Lakeland, FL.
Here are some picture of Harry's 1954 Kenworth "Bullnose" before he painted it silver and black and just after he replaced the running gear.
Here is a picture of the rear of the 1954 Kenworth Bullnose. Here is a picture of Harry and his brother posing beside the Kenworth Bullnose.
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Here is the original spec sheet on this truck when it was bought new from Kenworth.
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Here is a picture of Harry's 1954 Kenworth when he put it up for sale. Here is a picture of the Kenworth that Harry once owned after the frame was lengthened and a few other thing were done to it. Observe the twin stacks. The last known location of the truck was in Lebanon Indiana in 1996.
Here is a picture of Harry's 1965 Mack B-61 with a long wheel base, pulling a 42-foot flat-bed trailer.Here is another picture of the Mack that Harry once owned with the flat-bed trailer.Here is a picture of the Mack tractor, showing off the sleeper.
Here is a picture of the Mack tractor from the read with a good shot of the sleeper.Here is a picture of Harry's 1951 White WC-22T with integral sleeper. Harry still owns this truck.